The Miami Design District is a neighborhood dedicated to innovative fashion, design, architecture and dining experiences. The Miami Design District is owned by Miami Design District Associates, a partnership between Dacra, founded and owned by visionary entrepreneur Craig Robins, and L Real Estate, a global real estate development and investment fund, specializing in creating luxury shopping destinations.
It open since 2006 in a building originally constructed in 1957 to house The Lido Spa, this hotel transformed by André Balazs, from a antiquated property, maintaining allusions to its origins – the wholesome, organic restaurant is referentially called Lido. The hotel’s general aesthetic scheme is something of a juxtaposition of the authenticity of an old world European bathhouse and the sleek, coolness of Scandinavian design.
None as Art Deco hotel, here You’ll feel like fashion royalty, inspired by Versace fantasy villa, is a Mediterranean-tinged luxury retreat in Miami Beach with dedicated butler service and a fine-dining restaurant. Palladian-style gilding, gargantuan custom-made beds, hand-painted trompe l’oeil, heavy tasseled fabrics, opulent marble bathrooms – more is definitely more at this exclusive Florida enclave.
With a fresh colonial feel to its communal areas and a look that’s more South Carolina than South Beach this deco dame emerged in 2009 from a fabulous freshen-up and face lift. Contemporary art, a modern attitude, and a charitable spirit ensure The Betsy hotel, an independently owned hip hostelry, shines on South Beach.
Here where the classic meets the contemporary, you can find bright white 16-storey building lords it over its Miami Beach surroundings, with a Cowshed Spa, an A-list restaurant, retro quirks and a rooftop pool. Well furnished the guest rooms live the soho spirit mixing it with beach inspired colors.
The 221-room Hotel Is Part Of The Multi-use Four Seasons Hotel And Tower Development Which Rises 70 Stories Above Brickell Avenue. The Building Overlooks Biscayne Bay And Is Strategically Located At The Confluence Of The Financial District And Brickell’s High-rise Residential Area. The Hotel Occupies Floors 20-29 With An Expansive Lobby On The 7th Floor. The Lobby Faces A 2-acre Urban Oasis Featuring 3 Swimming Pools Set Among Palm Groves. The Hotel Also Has 14,210 Sq.ft. Of Daylight-filled Meeting Space.